First check out the video to understand what we are talking about here.
You watched the video?
Good, let me tell you a game chancing tip I learned from Friedemann Tischmeyer:
"A good mix requires at least the same number of low-cut filters as there are tracks"
Now what does the mean and how you should do it:
- as default put 30Hz High Pass Filter on EVERY SINGLE TRACK on your DAW.
- when you start mixing, listen every track one by one in SOLO mode to adjust Hz.
- slowly start raise towards to higher frequencies.
- When start to hear the cutting CLEARLY, stop and back off a little bit.
- repeat to EVERY TRACK and you are step closer to clean and professional mix.